George is a good salesman, a good father, a gentle husband, a faithful friend, a good handyman. But that very night, George makes a terrible mistake. On a freeway, he looses his temper and, in a fit of rage, kills a man. Frightened by his own violence, he is now stuck with his victim’s girlfriend, unable to finish her off or to let her go. His life takes a new turn: he must adapt his everyday habits in order to hide his captive. And yet it is still as a good father, a gentle husband, a faithful friend and especially as a good handyman that George attempts to get out of this messy situation from which arises a dreadful chain of events.